Snoooow~Okay this may not be a big deal for some places, but for Oklahoma this is huge (at least for me because I love the snow).More Like This
We got snow today. ;u; It's 4am here and it's still snowing. I just slipped out of the dorm and got pictures and made an epic snow angel. There was no one out there either so it was quiet and amazing.
I may be slightly obsessed with snow but if night time snows aren't one of the most beautiful things on this planet I'll be darned. ;w; I feel like we don't stop to appreciate the small things in nature that make it so amazing enough. I try and take happiness out of the little things and this few inches of snow has just had me super happy all evening. C:
Though I'm a bit exhausted after staying up til 4am to work on art and watch it snow from my window. xD
Hope you guys are all having a wonderful winter season as well!
Freking Space colonization, man.That's why I haven't been drawing today. The idea is just so intriguing- and possible.More Like This
But I'm looking in the other direction. Fuck Mars, why not try venus first?
But Venus is too hot you say!
True- but only at the surface. I just found out that on venus, since the air is so thick regular earth air acts like helium!
So- if your house's walls were made out of the same stuff they make hot air balloons from, you'd be sitting pretty, floating high above the creamy yellow clouds. 30 miles above the surface, to be exact.
Even better, temperatures in the upper atmosphere of the love planet are comfortable- like 70 degrees. Warm enough for water to exist! You could even go outside if you want. No need for a space suit, all you'd need is a breathing tank and a plastic covering to keep you safe from some of the acid in the air. Or if you're really adventurous, just hold your breath and wear goggles (since the air pressure up there is equal to earth's)
My guess'd be that each person would have a